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and for that final aspect, and so, you know, maybe 2025. and now, things could change, and also if the state bond money came available to speed up the courts, and speed up the jail, and speed up some and so if the bond money and other funding became available that made it feasible to move the projects forward but right now if you look at the city's capitol plan, the final bond issue is easter of 2021, as it is envisioned today. and so in construction, we start out for that money that became available assuming that it passes. >> there is a plan to seek that money. >> there is a plan. >> and to move everyone out. >> yes. >> the urgency is for the first responders first. >> correct. >> and then it would, and we are talking about the ten years before other folks have been moved out of what we know as the seismic land safe building >> correct. >> okay. and now that is approximately, give or take, depending on
based on the assumptions that these bonds passed. >> yeah, right, okay. thank you. >> thank you, commissioner dejesus. >> so i want to say thank you to and it is important that we all move out of there, but i also want to note the bridge took 25 years to replace the bridge and you know it is a process and i am glad that we are moving up. and i just have a funny question on the very last page says penthouse, i just wonder who is in the penthouse? >> the public safety building? >> the police commission. >> the commission will have a nice office area and the police headquarters on the 6th floor. >> really? there is a penthouse. >> it is a for mechanical space, it is all in the maintenance and it does sport a good view, currently. >> and nice branding. >> thank you. >> commissioner turman? >> that was basically my question. >> you can tell where their
minds are at. >> i moved not too far from it, so one of the things that i am glad to see is you seem to be taking the public access areas very seriously. very light, very inviting which is not always something that you contract about 850 bryant. and so i am thrilled to see that this is moving in the right direction. >> thank you. >> thank you so much for your presentation. >> i enjoyed it. >> and i think just to comment lightly on that, part of the architect's ambition is to make sure that these buildings are a civic and an out look that they are apart from the commercial or the glass blocks that you see so often, for residential or office buildings. the landscape and the mission bay has changed dramatically in the past decade and so in the past five years. >> and it will continue to do so. with all of the buildings. that were going on in that area. >> correct. >> so we are glad that you are taking the steps to make this
particular structure fit in there and also just really to be an open part of the community and inviting to the public. so thank you for that. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> commissioners? i just want to thank you, for those of you and the three of us here on this site actually served at the hall of justice and there is a lot of history, and a lot of us served there and a lot of police officers have served in that building and there has been a lot of events that have taken place and the courts there that effect the people's lives significantly and there is a lot of great history and the building needs to be replaced so thank you. >> it wasn't boring at all. >> thank you. >> and now i can sleep. >> thank you. >> and was boring to me. >> thank you. >> call line item 2 b, please? >> occ director's report, and discussion, and review of recent activities. >> good evening, direct hicks. >> good evening, president mazzucco and members of the commission and chief suhr and members of the audience, the occ has no recent activity to report this evening and however i was not at last week police
commission meeting in the community and the day before, i did attend the meeting that chief suhr hosted regarding the shooting death of nato and it did want to say that since that time, the occ has received several phone calls and we have opened a complaint to investigate that matter. but, next week, you will hear a lot from the occ. i will deliver the reschedule 2013, annual report. as well, as providing you the confidence and statistical report for the month of march. and that concludes tonight's report. >> great, thank you. >> you are welcome. >> any questions for director hicks? >> great, please call line item
2 c. >> commission report and discussion, and the commission's president's report and commissioners reports. >> i have nothing to report, do you have anything that you would like to report. >> just happy to say that once again be able to partner, with the department and other agents and community agencies for the gun buy back and they have been great and we hope to get more guns off of the street thises saturday and this is not... and i think that it is grocery outlet, and the parking lot of the grocery outlet store i believe in the visitation valley and we are doing it from nine to two. and so. bring your guns. >> unloaded. >> unloaded. >> yes. >> thank you. >> please call line item 2 d. >> thank you. >> and commissioner turman? >> thank you, hold on. >> and orderly i don't comment on things like this, but i feel the need to because the public
is both here and viewing this police commission. this police commission meeting. one thing that instruct me during public comment that i am sorry i have to comment on. there is no deriliction of the duty of any commissioner that sits on this commission and once in a great while and even the gentleman who was presenting here tonight, gave you two examples over two years. once in a great while with the commission and with our schedules and with the jobs that we have and we are not always able to make it to a commission meeting that is not
a derilicion of duty and so when you don't see a commissioner at a meeting and it is easy enough to assume that they are not doing their job, but the chances are that the members of the commission have served public meetings gone to the community events and worked in their private times and realizing and redrafting the rules that governor both this commission and the police department and once in a great while, schedules collide and we fall below the number of folks that have to be at a commission
meeting. >> the service of the people of san francisco first and foremost, and we are here, and i will address him any time to say, to say that we are derilic in any means, and it is a blatant lie and we sit up here week after week and take >> we are an avenue to provide a voice to the people, but i will not be told that i am failing in my duty as a police commissioner or any other aspect in my life. >> thank you. >> commissioner dejesus, we did have the community meeting last week in the tender loin and it
was an interesting dichotomy and it was good to be in the community as we always a and it was interesting to be in the tender loin where the six people have been shot and i understand that the community had met the night before and then, you know, i just want to thank the tender loin, the department and the community members for proving gracious and hosting us at a time in their crisis as well as understanding that the mission people are, you know, came in with the crisis of their own and they came in to the meeting and addressed us. i just want to say that it was well, it was well, and it was well received by us and we listened and we understand that what is going on in the tender loin and we support it and we understand the other community members at large, and it was just a good meeting again. >> and so, i want to say thank you to the tender loin and to the department, and to the community members and the mission for attending the meeting and making themselves
known, thanks. >> could i just add something. >> sure. >> and this is where commissioner turman just led and we are down a commissioner right now and hopefully it will be filled soon, but that is the numbers right now, for all of you to know for the full strength is 7 and we are at 6. >> commissioner loftus? >> this is on a significantly lighter note, but i wanted to thank the department for making such a nice showing at the saint patrick's day parade and i was honored to be invited, and i know that we are all invited, and was able to go in the car with my kids, and all of the kids a lot of kids from the department whose parents are in the department, and ride in the back of a truck which i think that technically is probably not terribly legal. >> closed street. >> closed course. >> thank you for the clarification. >> i appreciate that. >> and it was a nice truck. >> it was a police truck, i did not make a value determination on that.
>> it was a great car. >> but, thank you for really a very spirited and a good participation and it was nice to have the kids see what the folks do and be proud of their parents and thanks for letting me be a part of that. >> thank you and so now it is time for public comment related to 2 a, b, c, or d. >> or i crossed it out. >> okay. >> commission announcements of scheduling items identified for consideration of future commission meetings? >> is there anything that you would like to schedule? i know that commissioner loftus has an item that we are going to put on next week and we have handled that with the draft. >> i just wanted to ask for a community meeting coming up at the end of this month if we know where we are going to be and i think that you might have told us befe. >> i spoke with the captain of southern station this morning and we will have the community meeting in the southern and he is more than confident that we are going to have it at fifth and mission. but he will let me know, by the
end of the week. >> and we will put it on the website and confirm with the commission. >> so... >> and so now it is time for the public comment with reference of items 2, athrough d. >> hi my name is paulet brown and i am here again, to... i like to use the overhead. concerning my son, who has murdered on august 14, 2006. still today his case is not solved. his birthday is coming up april 6th. today is already the second, so i have a few more days before his birthday is here. i just wanted to keep his memory alive, and plead to the public to give me some closure, you know? if anyone knows who did this to
my son, i carry these names around with me of the 6 guys who murdered my son. thomas hanible is a suspect. and trace moffit that i know was there, i don't know the other guys, but they were there. but these two guys i know. not personally, but they murdered my child. and i just want justice, i want something done about this. about my son. and as i always showed this is all that i have left of my son. his dead body. this is something that i have to keep showing, i'm tired of the pain. i am tired of the heart ache.
i miss my child. and this is what they done to him. and this is me standing over my son. i would not wish this on any mother. and i know that people are always ask me why do i come here and i continue to do this? let a mother have a child, and keep that baby in her stomach for nine months, and somebody take him. i miss him so much. april 6th, is coming up. and i still have no justice.
but i want the people to see what i go through every day. they took my child from me. please remember these names, these are the guys that did this to my child. >> thank you, miss brown. >> thank you. >> again, if anybody in the public watching has any information with regard to this case or any homicide case or case that is never closed and the 24-hour tip line 415-575-4444. >> the public comment is closed call the next item please. >> public comment? >> yes. come on up. >> all right. >> okay.
my name is larry and last week i was at the frankly and it was great and i was telling you about how great and what that brought lieutenant schedule and captain and i had clear up the area from marcus to that. and but that i can when i got here 24 hours ago but today, what i or as i was on the streets and was cleaning inside and i want to know that i feel wonderful that as a city, itself, and more attitude that san francisco that we have more people there now and we deliver the sros and we go through a lot of indoors and building and business. and we really want to make sure that all of san francisco police department down and make it where we can be as safe on this side of the market as when i go to the castro, and like,
is this like this here, and it is like my indoor apartment looks like the rainbow that the way that they are building up and it is important that you all know that we go through a lot and this is the hotel and this is just a letter recently july 15th, and i asked the property manager about the experience of working with you and confirm that you are not a tenant who caused a lot of problems and there is a history of people bullying you and i appreciate your honest integrity that you showed in telling me the truth about this and i wanted to let you know that i have received another incident report regarding you occupying the hallway and if you wish to that is okay and okay, please do so and that is make it an inconvenient for the others to pass by. and the social worker. and the idea that this is a new caseworker and he come in and i
always, the history. and the thing in san francisco (inaudible) hit me in the eye and he went into the jail, and jl and i know that lately there is good things coming to the tl that we would like to know that if we can work with the president obama on the brady and the matthew shepherd and make it official. >> we may not get there in one year, or even in one term. but america i have never been horror so than i am tonight that we will get there. i promise you we as a people will get there. >> so i hope that we take matthew shepherd and james very serious in doing that the speakers are really clean and so beautiful. >> your time is up.
>> thank you. >> you are welcome. >> give him a chance to clean his stuff up. >> >> hi my name is corine and i am a friend of meto and i just wanted to come up here and ask i was just at a funeral yesterday, and it was confirmed to us that it was four police officers who shot him. and we would like to continue to fight for his justice, and to keep those officers or have those officers terminated and yesterday when we were looking at his body, we were told that
he was shot three times in the face, and his body and his face had to be reconstructed. and another thing that i would like to know, was that why was the funeral or the whole service not paid for because he was not considered a victim? according to the i don't know, nobody paid for the funeral arrangements and nobody helped the family. and i think that something that should have been considered, that after the mistake or sorry. >> take your time, don't worry. >> this is him. >> i just want for help the family get closure for this and i think that the best way to be to have those officers off
duty, and terminated. and we will continue to fight for his justice. that is all that i have to say. thank you. >> any further public comment? >> hearing none, public comment is now closed call the next line item. >> line item 3, public comment on all matters pertaining to item 5:00 below closed session, including public comment on vote to whether to hold item 5 in closed session. >> the public comment regarding the closed session matters? >> hearing none, the public comment is closed call the next line. >> line item four, vote on whether to hold item five in closed session. >> action. >> and a motion? >> so moved. >> second. >> all in favor? >> aye. >> thank you very much. thank you ladies and gentlemen, we are now moved to closed session. >> next line item, please. >> line item six.
vote to elect whether to disclose any or all discussion on item five held in closed session, administrative cold 78.12 a action. >> do i have a motion. >> motion. >> second. >> all in favor. >> aye. >> i move that we adjourn in honor of officer james richard 4064 star number and stewart star number 538, do i have a motion. >> so moved. >> second. >> all in favor. >> aye. >> and adjourned. >> motion to adjourn? >> so moved. >> all in favor? >> aye. >> thank you. >>
>> here we are at the embarcadero. we are standing at one of locations for the street artists. can you tell me about this particular location, the program? >> this location is very significant. this was the very first and only location granted by the board of supervisors for the street artist when the program began in 1972. how does a person become a street artist?
there are two major tenants. you must make the work yourself and you must sell the work yourself. a street artist, the license, then submitting the work to a committee of artists. this committee actually watches them make the work in front of them so that we can verify that it is all their own work. >> what happened during the holiday to make this an exciting location? >> this would be a magic time of year. you would probably see this place is jammed with street artists. as the no, there is a lottery held at 6 in the morning. that is how sought after the spaces are. you might get as many as 150 street artists to show up for 50 spaces. >> what other areas can a licensed street artist go to?
>> they can go to the fisherman's wharf area. they can go in and around union square. we have space is now up in the castro, in fact. >> how many are there? >> we have about 420. >> are they here all year round? >> out of the 420, i know 150 to sell all year round. i mean like five-seven days a week. >> are they making their living of of this? >> this is their sole source of income for many. >> how long have you been with this program. how much has it changed? >> i have been with the program since it began 37 and a half years ago but i have seen changes in the trend. fashion comes and goes. >> i think that you can still find plenty of titis perhaps. >> this is because the 60's is
retro for a lot of people. i have seen that come back, yes. >> people still think of this city as the birth of that movement. great, thank you for talking about the background of the program. i'm excited to go shopping. >> i would like you to meet two street artists. this is linda and jeremy. >> night said to me to print them -- nice to meet you. >> can you talk to me about a variety of products that use cell? >> we have these lovely constructed platters.
we make these wonderful powder bowls. they can have a lot of color. >> york also using your license. -- you are also using your license. >> this means that i can register with the city. this makes sure that our family participated in making all of these. >> this comes by licensed artists. the person selling it is the person that made it. there is nothing better than the people that made it. >> i would like you to meet michael johnson. he has been in the program for over 8 years. >> nice to me you. what inspired your photography?
>> i am inspired everything that i see. the greatest thing about being a photographer is being able to show other people what i see. i have mostly worked in cuba and work that i shot here in san francisco. >> what is it about being a street artist that you particularly like? >> i liked it to the first day that i did it. i like talking to mentum people. talking about art or anything that comes to our minds. there is more visibility than i would see in any store front. this would cost us relatively very little. >> i am so happy to meet you. i wish you all of the best. >> you are the wonderful artist
that makes these color coding. >> nice to me to. >> i have been a street artist since 1976. >> how did you decide to be a street artist? >> i was working on union square. on lunch hours, i would be there visiting the artist. it was interesting, exciting, and i have a creative streak in me. it ranges from t-shirts, jackets, hats. what is the day of the life of a street artist? >> they have their 2536 in the morning. by the end of the day, the last people to pack the vehicle probably get on their own at 7:30 at night. >> nice to me to condemn the --
nice to meet you. >> it was a pleasure to share this with you. i hope that the bay area will descend upon the plaza and go through these arts and crafts and by some holiday gifts. >> that would be amazing. thank you so much for the hard work that you do. april 2, 2014, >> >> city of san francisco good afternoon, welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors budget and finance meeting. my name is mark farrell